Posts Tagged ‘Events in Berlin’

Fete Fe La Musique 2015 – 21June

Friday, June 19th, 2015
Fete de la musique by Robert Agthe is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Fete de la musique by Robert Agthe is licensed under CC BY 2.0

the fete de la musique is a free festival with hundreds of gigs throughout berlin. tens of thousands people celebrate the longest day of the year with a musical twist. you will find all kinds of concerts, from super small out of the window dj sets to huge gigs with huge names – all for free of course. officially there are only 100 stages, but this wouldn’t be berlin if we wouldn’t top it up with some less official ones.
so, if music is the love of your live, the city belongs to you between 4pm – 10pm

go there – have fun

Karneval der Kulturen, Carneval of Cultures Berlin 2013!

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Karneval der Kulturen (c) Axel Kuhlmann

This yearly festival is all about celebrating different cultures and dance and party together. Just as every other year, Berlin is going to proudly present the Carnival of Cultures, which will take place from the 17th till the 20th  of May. A four-day street-festival, the Parade (on the 19th of May) and various parties throughout the whole city will make the Pentecost weekend to a real multi-cultural summer event.
The street party takes place onf Friday, from 4pm till midnight, on Saturday/Sunday from 11am till Midnight and on Monday from 11am till 7pm.
Where? At the Blücherplatz, Blücherstrasse, Zossener straße and the Waterlooufer, in Berlin Kreuzberg
Street procession: On the day of the big parade, about 4.400 participants organized in 76 groups will change Kreuzberg into a sea of colors and ideas.
About 700.000 visitors are expected to celebrate Berlin’s diversity along the route.
The street procession focuses on the cultural richness of Berlin, and also highlights the often hidden treasures of its international cultural scene. It questions everyday life and politics. Carnival is a combined art form that embraces many aspects of artistic expression. Due to the global migration currents it is multifaceted and of mixed styles.
The Carnival of Cultures is open to everybody and all forms of cultural expression. It is regarded as a platform for a proud expression of hybrid cultural identities, containing traditional and contemporary elements. It includes and attracts all age groups, professional artists and amateurs, people from all walks of life.
The procession takes place on Sunday the 19th of May, from 12.30-21.30. It starts as everey year at Hermannplatz.
There will also be a lot of live music. Listen and dance to the sound of Berlin: four different stages – Bazaár Berlin, Eurasia, Farafina & Latinauta – want to introduce Berlin’s music scene as well as international bands to you.
Stilt-walkers, acrobats and magicians settle on the grassland and invite all visitors to test their own abilities in those fields and practice their skills in creativity.
330 market stalls attract with culinary seducements, arts and crafts and much more.
But it’s more than just a big party – the Carnival of Cultures is a reflection of Berlin‘s cultural diversity. It brings together professional artists and amateurs, young and old, and – furthermore – is a great opportunity for members of Berlin’s ethnic communities to make their cultures visible to Berliners and visitors equally. Whether it’s traditional or modern – every culture gets its chance to add their aesthetic vision to the capital‘s reputation as a vibrant and constantly changing metropolis. Being part of this traditional event has always been an unbelievable experience for both, visitors and participants.The procession takes place on Sunday the 19th of May, from 12.30-21.30. It starts as every year at Hermannplatz.
Another thing that might interest you, there is no entrance fee!
(text & info from:
Address: Carnival of Cultures
Blücherplatz 1
10961 Berlin
Public Transport:
U Hallesches Tor: U1, U6
U Mehringdamm: U6, U7
If you are still looking for a nice accommodation in Berlin feel welcome to reserve a bed our small hostel in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg.

What to do in Berlin this weekend?

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Here is a top 10 of great events and parties for this weekend!

Events in Berlin

Events in Berlin

1. Finest Friday at Berghain/Panorama Bar

Party starts at midnight, open end! Where? At Berlins coolest CLUB:  Berghain

You ll find Berghain at the following address. 70 Am Wriezener Bahnhof; Friedrichshain; 10243 Berlin
For tonight´s party the damage is  8 Euro.

Here we will present to you the line up:
Panormabar – Finest Friday
Floating Points (Eglo), Red D & San Soda (We play house), Steven Tang (Emphasis), Prosumer (Ostgut Ton)

2. Saturday the 25th of February, party time at PANKE CLUB
HOT SOURCE @ Panke together with Fil video installation
with Sneaky, Benski, Tres & Rokin

Come join us for our joyful reunion throwdown.

Full Source Force in effect!

Cheeky Berlin residents Sneaky and Benski are joined by Hot Source OG members Tres and Rokin who are flying in from Barcelona and Cologne. Both will be armed with their tastiest selections du jour! and all 4 primed for deep dancefloor devastation!

So…..what’s on the menu for the evening?…….Simply, no holds barred, life affirming music for your mind and body. Nu-Skool to Old-Skool.

“Hot Source joins the preverbial dots with impeccable style”
Marge Simpson

AND……….. you can even wig out to the sounds (ninja style) in the backroom with Glow in the dark table tennis!

Doors open: 23.30
Location: Panke, Gerichtstraße 23, Wedding, 13347 Berlin

(Text: Panke Club)
3. Saturday the 25th of February: RECYCLE – Berlin’s finest Drum’n’Bass: HOSPITAL

@ Gretchen Club

The party starts at 23.30, you find Gretchen Club here: Obentrautstr. 19-21, Kreuzberg

Netsky (Hospital/BE), Logistics (Hospital/UK), Nu:Tone (Hospital/UK), N’Dee (Recycle/D), MC Mace (Recycle/D)
White MC (Recycle/D)
“Sunny Side Up” with André Langenfeld (D)

4. Exhibition @ C/O Berlin–> Ron Galella . Paparazzo Extraordinaire

Last call, exhibition is till 26 February 2012

“If someone says ‘no photos!’ then I try not to take any more. However, before he says that I take as many as I can. That’s the game”. Ron Galella

A paparazzo hunt is cunning, harsh and frequently ends painfully. In the worst case bloodily—including broken jaws and lost teeth. For Ron Galella and his undercover activities, no effort or risk was too great. He proceeded like a detective in order to catch the celebrities in the right moment, patient, persistent, shifty. Whether it was Jacqueline Kennedy, Marlon Brando, Greta Garbo, Andy Warhol, Sean Penn, Robert Redford, Muhammad Ali, Madonna, Mick Jagger or Audrey Hepburn—he managed to get them all in front of his lens. His pictures are snapshots rather than portraits. Spontaneous, not staged, and as a result extremely authentic.

On the occasion of the Berlinale, C/O Berlin will show approximately 140 black/white photographs by Ron Galella.

(text: C/O Berlin)

5. Exhibition @ KW Institute for Contemporary Art

“YOU KILLED ME FIRST The Cinema of Transgression  19.02. – 09.04.2012″
Auguststraße 69
D-10117 Berlin

Karen Finley, Tessa Hughes-Freeland, Richard Kern, Lung Leg, Lydia Lunch, Kembra Pfahler, Casandra Stark, Tommy Turner, David Wojnarowicz, Nick Zedd

There will be blood, shame, pain and ecstasy, the likes of which no one has yet imagined.
Nick Zedd

Nightmarish scenarios of violence, dramatic states of mind, and perverse sexual abysses – the films of the Cinema of Transgression that were consciously aimed at shock, provocation, and confrontation, bear witness to an extraordinary radicality. In the 1980s a group of filmmakers from the Lower East Side in New York went on a collision course with the conventions of American society. Transcending all moral or aesthetic boundaries, the low budget films reveal social hardship met with sociopolitical indifference. Sometimes shot with stolen camera equipment, the films contain strident analyses of life in the Lower East Side defined by criminality, brutality, drugs, AIDS, sex, and excess.

Even though the movement has remained largely unknown, the Cinema of Transgression has been a significant influence for later generations of artists.

YOU KILLED ME FIRST at KW Institute of Contemporary Art in Berlin is the first exhibition on the Cinema of Transgression.

Entry only over 18 years

(Text: KW Institute of Contemporary Art)

6. Go out for Dinner, there is a fantastic Vegan Food Restaurant closeby our cozy Hostel in Berlin

It is called KOPPS and is located at the Linienstrasse 94, 10115 Berlin
They serve typical German dishes, but everything is vegan!

7.Berlin Wall documentation center

The Berlin Wall Memorial is the central memorial site of German division, located in the middle of the capital. Situated at the historic site on Bernauer Strasse, it will eventually extend along 1.4 kilometers of the former border strip. The memorial contains the last piece of Berlin Wall with the preserved grounds behind it and is thus able to convey an impression of how the border fortifications developed until the end of the 1980s. The events that took place here together with the preserved historical remnants and traces of border obstacles on display help to make the history of Germany’s division comprehensible to visitors.


8. Dance the night away at the Bassy Club

There is Live music and afterwards there are dj´s! Expect great oldies rock´n´roll ,

wild music from before 1969!

Great thing, this club is just around the corner, at Schönhasuer allee 176A.

9.  Go eat breakfast at Cafe Entweder Oder

it is located within walking distance from EastSeven, at th Oderberger Strasse. The serve great breakfast, lunch and dinner too.

10.  Clueless of what to do during the day? Go on a walking tour!!

The Brewer´s Walking tour arranges pick ups from our hostel twice a day, EVERY day.

So just ask us at the reception and we will give you additional information.


Feel the good vibes @ VIBEZ

Thursday, July 29th, 2010




Under a circus-tent ceiling, ufaFabrik creates a theatre without walls in a secluded corner of its Tempelhof complex. This season, it is hosting the unusual international dance theatre and acrobatics spectacle “VibeZ.” . The arists come from Asia, the Caribbean, South America, Europe and they met in Berlin: young dancers, musicians and acrobats experience the “VibeZ.” – the feelings, the atmosphere and the moods of the city – and put these experiences on stage using the resources of their art. With breakdance, acrobatics, hip hop, beatboxing and tightrope performing, the young street artists create an emotional and dynamic show. Young, cheeky, multicultural … and full of energy: “Divinely gifted bodies” was the enthusiastic reaction of the press.

When? Thursday 29th , Friday 30th and on Saturday the 31st of July at 8.30pm

For more cool recommendations on events and parties in Berlin please check our online staff-recommendations

Enjoy your stay in Berlin!!!!!

This weekend in Berlin: Theatertreffen@Sony Center Screen at Potsdamer PLatz

Thursday, May 13th, 2010



The Berliner Festspiele presents an unique theatre experience

The Theatertreffen/Berliner Festspiele, 3sat/ZDFtheaterkanal and the Sony Center am Potsdamer Platz are embarking on an unusual collaboration. For the first time the three Theatertreffen productions recorded by 3sat/ZDFtheaterkanal will be shown on a giant screen in the Sony Center am Potsdamer Platz. Theatre-lovers, tourists and curious passers-by can all become part of the Theatertreffen free of charge.

On show are:
Fri 14 May 20:00 “Der goldene Drache”
by Roland Schimmelpfennig, director: Roland Schimmelpfennig
Burgtheater Vienna (television director: Hannes Rossacher)
Sat 15 May 20:00 “Die Kontrakte des Kaufmanns”

by Elfriede Jelinek, director: Nicolas Stemann
Thalia Theater, Hamburg, in co-production with Schauspiel Köln
(television director: Harald Spieß)
Sun 16 May 17:00 “Riesenbutzbach. Eine Dauerkolonie”
A project by Christoph Marthaler and Anna Viebrock
director: Christoph Marthaler; Wiener Festwochen (television director: Andreas Morell)

We are pleased to invite you to experience these special theatre evenings on the big screen.


There is no entrance fee, so feel free to stop by and be part of an unique ´theatre-expierience´.

For more information on the Theatertreffen Festival, that takes place in Berlin from May 7th till May 24th, check the website.

For more information on events, parties and things to do in Berlin, please check our personal online staff-recommendations at the EastSeven Berlin Hostel website.

Our TOP 10 of events in Berlin this SUMMER

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Summer Berlin

Summer in Berlin

we have made you a great list of cool events in Berlin

Coming to Berlin this summer? Check this blog, and see what cool events are going on! Since there are so many many cool things to do in Berlin, we made a TOP 10 of our Favourites only. More cool events are also to be found in our weekly staff-recommendations.

1.Carneval of Cultures: The four day street festival presents the cultural richness of Berlin. Enjoy! On 23rd May about 4.800 participants organised in almost 100 groups will change Kreuzberg into a sea of colours and ideas.
21st May– 24th May
Friday 4pm–midnight
Saturday/Sunday 11am–midnight
Monday 11am–7pm

Free of admission!!
Four international stages – Bazaár Berlin, Eurasia, Farafina & Latinauta – will present the sound of Berlin and the world. On the “Rasen in Aktion” visitors are invited to practice their skills in creativity and sports. More than 350 stalls will offer delicious food, arts and crafts  and much more.

for more detailed information, check on the website

2. DMY FEstival: Internation Design Festival Berlin. From  09-13 June
The 8th edition of DMY International Design Festival 2010 will kick off with a grand opening ceremony in the evening of June 9. Over 10.000 square meters filled with inspirational prototypes and new product evolutions by over 400 designers invite you to explore the latest developments in the fields of contemporary product design.
For more detailed information, check the DMYwebsite

3.Visual Berlin Festival, AVIT Berlin 2010. From 10-12 june.
A great audio-visual-festival!Three days of exploration into the evolution of screen culture and expanded visual and performance possibilities, with seminars, AV/interdisciplinary performances and special presentations by guest artists from across Europe. Guided projects and advanced workshops in performance technologies such as VDMX, Modul8, CoGe and visual programming environments, Processing, VVVV, Quartz Composer. Plus hardware hacking, circuit bending, surface mapping and more!
check for more information: Visual Berlin

4. 7th International Streettheatre Festival Berlin; Berlin Lacht! From 11-13 June

Street theatre and street music from all over the world.

11.-13. June 2010 Mariannenplatz
In the heart of Berlin Kreuzberg under trees and in a multiculti area. This year again with the big theatre spot in the middle of the parc.

13. – 22. August 2010 Alexanderplatz
10 days we spread joy and happiness in the historical center of east Berlin

26.-29. August 2010 Breitscheidplatz, Kurfürstendamm
the final days our tour of street art take us to the center of west Berlin.

Check their WEBSITE for more detailed information

5. 18th annual Lesbian and Gay Festival – Europe’s largest – this coming June, over the weekend of the 12th and 13th 2010. As usual, it´s being held around Nollendorfplatz in Schöneberg.The party takes place in the area bounded by Motzstrasse, Eisenacher Strasse, Fuggerstrasse and Kalckreuthstrasse, spreading over 20,000 square meters, and featuring the Worlds of Sports, Radio, Travel, Film, AIDS and Politics, as well as other exhibits from a wide range of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups.

Check the website: to find more information!

6. Fete de la Musique. 21st of June
there are bands playing throughout the city. All for free. Check the website to find more information and the schedule.

7. 48 Stunden Berlin. The Neukölln Art und Kulture Festival! 25-27 june, Berlin Neukölln. Check the website for  the programm
8.The Berlin Festival: 10- 11 September @ Airport Tempelhof. Great line up. check the website for further information.
9. Popkomm, Berlin 8-10 September. New Location: Berlin Tempelhof
After a year of reinvigoration and collection of hot new contacts, Popkomm is making a comeback in 2010 with new dates, strong partners and THE new location.
The Popkomm Festival is the section covering live music at Popkomm. From 8 to 10 September 2010 there will be around 60 showcases at the Popkomm Festival at eight venues in the Kulturbrauerei building complex in the Berlin district of Prenzlauer Berg.
Popkomm is also giving acts at the Festival a chance to perform on the grounds of the former airport in Berlin Tempelhof, with exclusive showcase events taking place during the daytime. Popkomm and Melt! will be including a number of artists in the Berlin Festival line-up. On 10 and 11 September the Berlin Festival will be taking place for the fifth time and it expects more than 15,000 music lovers to attend every day. This year the urban Berlin Festival is expanding. Planning is under way for an open-air stage under the extended roof of the airport building and for two indoor stages inside the hangars. check the website to find out more on these 2 great festivals
10. Musuem Night Berlin: 27th Edition. Over 100 museums will open their gates from 6pm- till 2am. Get more information: Musuem Night

It´s gonna be a great summer! hope to see ya all in Berlin, @ eastseven Berlin Hostel

This weekend in Berlin. cool partys, Walpurgis night and labour day.

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Events in Berlin

Events in Berlin

EastSeven made a top 5 for every day of the weekend!

Starting with friday…..


Its WALPURGISNIGHT!!! expect anything to happen….you might see some witches walkby….

YOu can find a party anywhere….for instance at the


…just a 5minute walk from our hostel….

8 Floors – 20 DJ’s & Live Band – 1 Ticket

Dress up as a witch and get in for free!

Klubnacht – Todd Bodine, Irie Electric, Dave Tarrida, Marcel Heese
Köpenicker Str. 59-73
10178 Berlin
U-Bhf Heinrich-Heine-Straße

Shut Up Club at the PrivatClub means Indie Pop, Rock, Emo, Punkrock, Britpop, Mixtape all night long – have fun!

Pücklerstraße 34


From 30 April to 9 August 2010 Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau will be devoting an extensive retrospective to the important Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.
Born in Coyoacán, Mexico City, Frida Kahlo is one of the great identification figures of Latin American art. She stands out as one of the most famous female artists of the first half of the 20th century.

In squatting, Tilo Schulz and Jörg van den Berg articulate an exhibition practice which emphasizes the presence and the actual experience of the artwork in the exhibition in terms of display as art mediation. squatting brings together works of art that address remembrance in thematic and structural terms, as well as pieces thatdeal with experiences o f places, situations, and people. Hence squatting establishes a direct connection between the Temporäre Kunsthalle and its location (the Schloßplatz) as a place that is permanently exposed to ideological appropriations.

Party´s and events for saturday!


Dirty Doering, Zander VT, Nicone, Philip Bader,Jake the Rapper, Red Robin, Marcus Meinhardt, Marco Resmann,danny faber,brian cares,Beaner, sven dohse + guests.


Techno & House….


Fritz Kalkbrenner

Alexander Kowalski

Thomas Weisheit

…and many more….

1st May street festival “MyFest” in Berlin-Kreuzberg

all around Oranienstraße in Kreuzberg

enjoy live music, lots of food and beers 😉



40 galleries, 40 openings, three days, three nights, feel invited!!!!!!

And last but not least our top 5 for parties and events this sunday!!



Sunday is fleamarket day. Close to the hostel (500 m)you find the Arkonaplatz Fleamarket and the famous Mauerpark fleamarket. You don´t want to buy something – no problem you first of all go there to see all kind of urban subjects with hangover and even sober ones. Berliners go there – you should as well


It´s a bit expensive, but there are baby elephants to make up for this!

Golden souls disko!!!

Soulkombinat (soul, funk,old-skool, nu-skaa)


Begin at: 21:00

40 galleries, 40 openings, three days, three nights, feel invited!!!!!!

Have a great weekend in Berlin have a great stay at EastSeven Berlin Hostel

ON RAGE: Film, Exhibition & Discourse

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Berlin 2010

Berlin 2010

At Haus der Kulturen der Welt… 14 march-09 may: Opening 13 march

This event is exploring the culture of rage. Considering, is there a new kind of rage, emerged out of all kinds of economic and political crises and states of emergency?
ON RAGE will take a closer look at both the deconstructive part of rage aswell as at its transformitive potential into something positive and constructive.

The program constantly shifts its focus by allowing genres to interplay: The exhibition formulates artistic statements that intervene in the discussions, readings and talks. We are dealing here with sublimated, condensed rage. Lectures held every Wednesday draw up a contemporary phenomenology of this primary effect within a political, philosophical, and postcolonial context. Films take on the subject of rage associatively and performances open up other approaches to the artistic and theoretical positions. Visitors have the unique opportunity to explore their own creative potential in “Rage Rooms” . Here they can take a look at the works of the exhibition in the light of Berlin’s social issues. The program concludes with a Rage Summit“: dialogues, open discussions and ReReadings of key texts – from Bataille to Che Guevara and Darwin to Sloterdijk.

With works by: Shoja Azari (Iran), Jimmie Durham (USA), Regina José Galindo (Guatemala), Tadeusz Kantor (PL), Klara Lidén (S), Michael Rakowitz (USA), Reloading Images (Iran / USA, I / UK, Iran / D, D, Iran / USA, Egypt), Seher Shah (USA) and a specially developed “Discursive Architecture” by ifau (D).
Curated by Valerie Smith

More information on the exhibition:
Eight artistic statements protesting intolerable conditions, ranging from the “dead” classroom by the extraordinary Polish artist Tadeusz Kantor to Jimmie Durham’s unmasking of America’s founding myth in “Building a Nation”, to Regina José Galindo’s opening performance: her own gold teeth become the metaphor not only for the exploitation of Latin America, but also call forth associations of the brutality of the “Third Reich”. The works take on today’s global reality – not by reflecting or reproducing it, but by distilling its essence. Thus, Michael Rakowitz, son of Iraqi-Jewish immigrants to the U.S., creates from Arab packaging materials a replica of the Ishtar Gate (“May the Arrogant Not Prevail”), which in present-day Iraq has turned into a tourist attraction for American soldiers. A papier-mâché copy of a copy, since the “real” Ishtar Gate has been located in Berlin since 1930. The work is one of four commissioned works created especially for this exhibition.

The opening event takes place this saturday, march the 13th, at 6pm and is free of admission. Here you´ll find works by: Shoja Azari (Iran), Jimmie Durham (USA), Regina José Galindo (Guatemala), Tadeusz Kantor (PL), Klara Lidén (S), Michael Rakowitz (USA), Reloading Images (Iran / USA, I / UK, Iran / D, D, Iran / USA, Egypt), Seher Shah (USA) and a specially developed “Discursive Architecture ‘by IFAU (D);

The evening opens with a performance and artisitc talk by Regina Jose Galindo. Followed by more artist talk by Michael Rakowitz. A documetary film starts at 8pm. A re-reading at 9.30pm, Birol Ünel reads Allen Ginsbergs Howl

For the exact programm klick here.

More information on:
For more events in Berlin check : ZITTY online or our Staff-recommendations online

Upcoming Events in Berlin-from the 8th of march till the 14th….

Monday, March 8th, 2010


Cold war bunker

Cold war bunker

EastSeven´s favourite events for this week!!

Our recommendations for Monday:


Every Monday the EastSeven Berlin Hostel cooks for her guests. The food is simple, but good (and for free), the atmosphere is friendly and the night still young…


“A troop of monkeys celebrate a feast, a panther wanders across a snowy Alpine landscape and a pack of white wolves surround a buffalo dripping blood in a manicured French garden. At first glance Walton Ford’s large-scale animal watercolour paintings evoke prints by French and British colonial-era illustrators from the 19th century. After closer examination however, they reveal a pictorial universe of complex and disturbing allusions. The various tigers, lions, birds and primates that populate the life-size pictures appear as vivacious protagonists locked in allegorical struggles. The resulting combination of historical fact, natural history inquiry and surreal imaginings give rise to Walton Ford’s brilliant ‘Bestiarium’.”  from 23.01 till 24.5.2010

This squat-turned-art-center boasts art galleries, clubs and bars on every floor. Tonight Cafe Zapata (bottom floor) hosts a session of refined electronic music. Tacheles: Oranienburger Str. 54-56

Mad Monday – the new Monday party starts at 11 pm under the rail station Jannowitzbrücke of Club Rekorder – entrance water side.
Under various decoration, projection and techno total escape to Berlin on party where drive- and experimental techno – The symbol this party.
Here played various national and international Dj’s and live acts from the techno-scene.
Only: 5 €

Our recommendations for tuesday:

Every Tuesday DJane and Fingerfood!!

Nice Jazz music and great food.

This lovely restaurant is just around the corner from the Hostel, at the schönhauser Allee 157…

They are doing tricks right in front of your eyes and you still won’t get it. It is a really magical show and with only 15 € a very good deal. Though in German, also suitable for non-german speakers

every Tuesday
at 19:00 and 21:00 Uhr @ Oxymoron
Rosenthaler Straße 40 / 41
S-Bahn Hackescher Markt or 2 stops with Tram M 1

Our recommendations for wednesday:

Every wednesday and thursday night live jazz music @ Zosch Bar

you will find Zosch in Tucholskystraße 30, 10117 Berlin

S-Bahn and Tram station Oranienburger Straße or
20mins walk from East Seven


Check out Kaffee Burger, where every night is party-night. Always open, always a crowd.

Spreewaldplatz 2
10999 Berlin
U-Bhf Görlitzer Bahnhof

Tresor Birthday Week:
Seelenluft, Daniel.fx, Brett Knacksen Globus: Seelenluft (Gigolo Rec./ Berlin)
Daniel.fx (Trenton, Highgrade/ Antwerpen)
Brett Knacksen (Idealtechno/ Berlin)

Our recommendations for thursday:

20th century art at it’s best.


just 5mins walk from East Seven
Schönhauser Allee 12
10119 Berlin

Peachy, Hardy, Solho

Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin


12 Euro

at Zyankali Bar, Kreuzberg’s funkiest dungeon bar

Our recommendations for this friday:

Indie . Pop

Blake Baxter, Daniel Rajkovic, Kathy, Cari Lekebusch, Niklas on Sax (Live), Pacou, B.L.O.T Culture Must (VJ)

White Trash House Party feat live: RETURN TO PEEZE at the Restaurant

Elyas Khan

dj janeck

Revaler Straße 99
10245 Berlin

Our recommendations for saturday


On a late Saturday morning you should go to where the locals go – the farmer´s market on Kollwitzplatz – 200 Meters from EastSeven. Fresh organic vegetables, varieties of sausages and a lot more of savoir vivre. By your food of the season there, go back to the hostel and prepare it in our fancy self catering kitchen.


If you fancy a shopping spree out in the open, there are plenty of bric-à-brac markets and flea markets to choose from. The best known flea market is on the Strasse des 17. Juni on weekends.

Some other flea markets are on sunday in Mauerpark ( Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg), Arkonaplatz (Berlin-Mitte) or Boxhagener Platz (Berlin-Friedrichshain)

Rock Bands, Poetry Slammer, Electro Acts, Comedians – 15 Artists.
Everyone thinks they`ve got talent. But the audience decides!
… unpredictable and loud!!!
Tickets: 12 Euro
Admiralspalast Berlin (S-Bhf. Friedrichstraße)

organised by a really good party crew, entrance only 5 €
well worth the trip to a “non-touristy” area

Start Time: Saturday, March 13 at 10:00pm
End Time: Sunday, March 14 at 11:00pm
Where: Raum 18, Ziegrastr. 11 (Neukölln)


DJ ´s : Kill All Hipsters-dj-team feat. Arnold Scheepmaker (Amsterdam indie electro eclectric pop indietronica)

Rework live (Playhouse)
Losoul (Playhouse)
Dave Vega (WMF, Lost.And.Found)

Our recommendations for sunday:

  • FLEAMARKET Mauerpark

Sunday is fleamarket day. Close to the hostel (500 m)you find the Arkonaplatz Fleamarket and the famous Mauerpark fleamarket. You don´t want to buy something – no problem you first of all go there to see all kind of urban subjects with hangover and even sober ones. Berliners go there – you should as well.

Dark Worlds – A Tour Through a Bunker from WW II

Stadtgeschichte aus einer ungewöhnlichen Perspektive,Treffpunkt:zentr. Kartenverkauf, südl. Ausgangshalle U-Bhf. Gesundbrunnen

5 minute walk from the hostel; Schönhauser Allee 36
if your weekend is still not over: 2 live bands!!!

DeWalta *LIVE*(meander/kalk pets/vakant)
CHICA PAULA (kalk pets)
Strobocop (Kalk Pets/Karaoke Kalk)

Okay, that´s all for now! For more cool events in Berlin check our online-staff-recommendations or check the ZITTY. See you soon in Berlin.

It´s gonna be a great week in Berlin….

Monday, February 22nd, 2010


Free Meal at EastSeven

Free Meal at EastSeven

….EastSeven´s top 10 of events in Berlin from 22.2-28.2

If you are staying in Berlin this week you are surely interested in some insider tipps on parties and other cool events in Berlin. We have listed some of the best events for this week in our special top 10 of events. ENjoy your time in Berlin!!!

Our special Top 10:
1)What to do on a monday evening? Don´t think twice…. stay at the hostel for a great vegetarian dinner party at the hostel kitchen. Our cook Florian will cook you something delicious and you can meet up with other travelers . After that go for instance to Dr. Pong to play a game of pingpong with the crowd! After that go to one of the many clubs at the kulturbrauerei, it´s gonna be GREAT!

2)Go to the famous rock´n´roll club White Trash Fast Food @ schönhauser allee

live: THE FOVES (60s/Rock – FR) at the Restaurant
DJ Blowup (Garage/Punk – DE)


Every wednesday and thursday night live jazz music @ Zosch Bar

you will find Zosch in Tucholskystraße 30, 10117 Berlin

S-Bahn and Tram station Oranienburger Straße or
20mins walk from East Seven

@ Bergstübl/ Invalidenstr. 151, 10115 Berlin

It has been now three years since Born Bjorg works the crowd on the turntables around Switzerland and beyond. Holding a residency at Geneva’s famous Le Zoo (Usine) since early 2008, the young and talented duo has already shared the bill with artists such as Lee Curtiss, Seth Troxler, Christian Burkhardt, Nick Curly or Crowdpleaser (among others) in notorious clubs in Switzerland (Weetamix, La Ruche) and abroad (Social Club, Paris).

Their music witnesses a strong addiction to the groove and a reverent love for new and old school underground dance music, blending jackin’ house and techno as well as soul or funk altogether.
5)A must do: LOVELITE Club
Minimal Synth 80s Wave Flexipop Party

Ron (Duncker, Kato)
DJ Tempel (Tempel Records, Factory MD)
DJ Second Planet
DJ Graepi


Late Night Jam Session

Bleibtreustr. 1, 10623 Berlin (Charlottenburg)


VVK 5.- €* AK 6.- € *zzgl. Vvkgeb

U-Bhf Schlesisches Tor
8.) LO JAM @ Kookaburra Comedy Club

Laugh Olympis Improv show in a nearby Comedy Club
IN ENGLISH!!! Entrance only 3 EURO!
(2 mins walk from the hostel)

Sunday is fleamarket day. Close to the hostel (500 m)you find the Arkonaplatz Fleamarket and the famous Mauerpark fleamarket. You don´t want to buy something – no problem you first of all go there to see all kind of urban subjects with hangover and even sober ones. Berliners go there – you should as well.

Dark Worlds – A Tour Through a Bunker from WW II

Tickets/info : U-Bhf. Gesundbrunnen

Have a great time in Berlin!! See you @ EastSeven Berlin